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Hudak job cuts would hurt North

EDITORIAL The Chronicle Journal May 13, 2014 If Tim Hudak becomes Ontario’s next premier and follows through with his plan to hack the province’s pubic service by slashing a whopping 100,000 jobs, we can guess where the pain will be felt the most. Hudak’s hatchet will likely come down hard on rank-and-file earners who toil in […]

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Tories unveil half-million job plan

MARIA BABBAGE The Canadian Press May 13 2014 Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak threw a juicy bone to Ontario voters Tuesday, promising to phase in a 10 per cent cut to personal income taxes after a Tory government balances the budget in 2016. It’s the latest pledge in what he’s called a plan to help create […]

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Gaffes derail Tim Hudak’s campaign

ADRIAN MORROW The Globe and Mail May 11 2014 Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak has sought to dictate the agenda of the Ontario election and portray himself as a tough, serious leader. But misadventures with the PC’s photo opportunities keep overshadowing his bold pledges. The latest misstep happened Sunday, when Toronto Transit Commission enforcement officers […]

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Job-cutting proposal could blow up on Hudak

ADAM RADWANSKI The Globe and Mail May 10 2014 Tim Hudak could have tried to turn Ontario’s June 12 election into a referendum on Kathleen Wynne’s Liberals, or on the legacy of Dalton McGuinty. To his credit, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Leader has instead opted to run on his own vision of what the province should look like, […]

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